TY - CHAP A1 - Rehema Abeli Shoo A2 - Elizabeth Kamili Mtui A3 - Julius Modest Kimaro A4 - Neema Robert Kinabo A5 - Gladys Joseph Lendii A6 - Jafari R. Kideghesho ED1 - Jafari R. Kideghesho Y1 - 2021-05-07 PY - 2021 T1 - Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania: Vulnerability and Survival Amidst COVID-19 N2 - The declining trends of wildlife habitats and species populations are obvious consequences of the socio-economic, political, ecological, and technological changes occurring globally. Along with human population growth, there is a growing wave of wildlife diseases, invasive alien species, human-wildlife conflicts, climate change, poaching, infrastructure development, and economic options that are ecologically damaging. These changes have implications on the management of wildlife resources. Managing Wildlife in a Changing World draws experiences from different parts of the world on status, challenges, and efforts of reversing the current negative trends on wildlife habitats and species in the face of these changes. This book is useful for academicians, researchers, policy makers, conservation practitioners, students, and other interested readers. BT - Managing Wildlife in a Changing World SP - Ch. 6 UR - https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.97396 DO - 10.5772/intechopen.97396 SN - 978-1-83880-976-8 PB - IntechOpen CY - Rijeka Y2 - 2022-05-23 ER -